Can I also say "comfortable to something" instead of "comfortable with something"?
Generally, the expression is to be "comfortable with [something]." Ex: I'm comfortable with my body. Ex: I'm comfortable with our work arrangements. You can use "comfortable to [verb]," but the verb must be used in its base form. Ex: This sofa is comfortable to sit on. Ex: This water temperature is comfortable to swim in.
Get more Native English Expressions >